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Publio Sfotices. I3OYAL EXCU ASGE BILLIARD-SALOON. This clegantly-fittod Room has been Leased by tho Undersigned, who has much pleaauro in thanking hln numorous patrons for the liberal support he has In tho past received from their hands, and bega a continuance of tholr patronage, Wineß, Beers, and Spirits of the first qua'ltles, coupled with civility and attention. A. W. SPARK .. ■■ Lcsuce, tap RAPIDLY FILLING. A GI.VTLSMAK B\ 8000 f A JJODJI, FARM Homistxad : I I and For Health and V 8 H A R Es/ Sdbb Fortohb Comfort / at | 'o the Second to None! I Lucky ShareIn tho Colony. J £1 EACH. V holder. il\ O E T~U N A'B } GRAND NOVEL CONSULTATION, To be Drawn Knd of this Month. 27 PRIZES, as follow :— Ist prize—The Farm and Homestead (approved value) .. .. .. £2600 2nd prlie-Cash award .. .. ... 200 Brd „ „ „ .. .. .. 100 Ith „ „ „ .. « .. 60 6th „ „ ~ .. .. .. 26 eth , .. _ 16 7th „ „ „ ■■ - .. 10 And 20 „ „ 'at £5 - .. 100 £2000 This beautiful property la eituatod In the Shag Valley district, no great distance from the railway, containing several hundred acrea of superior wheatgrowing land, well fenced and subdivided, and partly, laid down In English graas, a never-faillug stream of water running through the property. The Homestead comprises a well-built villa roil(lodcc, with first-class stabling and outbuilding, The garden is well laid out, and contains several hundred choice full-bearing fruit-trees and ornamental shrubs. The freehold of thi3 magnificent estate .will bo handed over and legally transferred, free of any encumbrance whatever, to the successful shareholder the day after the drawing. £1000 OR MORE mil be lent on the property, at 7 per cent, interest, It required. A Committee of Shareholders will be appointed to BUporvise the drawing. Members of the Prf si will be invited to bo present, as also any Shareholder who may bo bo disposed. Programmes, £1 each, to be had on application by letter only, with two stamps enclosed for reply and result. Cheques to be made payable to number or bearer; and, if country, odd Is exchange. Bank notes or P.O. orders, payable to " Fortunn" preferred. Registered letters or telegrams not accepted. As a large number of Bhares have already been applied tor, early application is necessary. Address-" FORTUNA," Care of F. W. RHiomuvr, Post-office, Palmcrston, Otago. N.B.—Please write the name and address full and legibly. _7m I ROW FENOINtt STANDARDS (all litM). . BAKBED and PLAIN rBNCING-WIB2 (bM» !>r»ui!B> •! 10-i>kl IMtCM. ProspootUA. PROoPECTUS, mHE DRAPERY AND GENERAL IMPORTING COMPANY OF NEW' ZEALAND (LIMITED). Registered under "Tho Companies Act 1882." Capital £125,000, In 260.000 SUAHB3 of 10s Eaci. With power to increase to £'260,000. Head Offices and Warsuousb : HIGH STREET, DUNEDIN. BENDIX HALLKSBTEIN, Chairman of Directors. A. F. SOWARD (one of tho Directors), acting as General Manager. Bakksbs: NATIONAL BANK OF NEW ZHALAND (LTD). Solicitors : Messrs SIEVWRIGHT asd STOUT. Auditors : Messrs \V. H. QUICK and A. AHLFELD. Tho object of the Company is to establish a Wholo(ale and Family Warehouse, importing direct from Home Manufacturers all Goods that cannot be produced in the Colony, and to Eupply such Goods In exchange for cash to consumers here, who, having no intermediate profits to pay, will effect a saving of from 26 to 80 per cent. On the same principle as the Civil Strvlco Storoa at Homo, any profits that may be mado abovo working expenses will be returmd to shareholders. In order to register the Compiny without delay, upwards of 60,000 shares have been taken up by the promoters and others interested. By the Articles ot Association the Board aro empowered to allot tho remainder of the shares from time to time in such proportions as the Board may determine It his been resolved to place an allotment of 20,100 shares under offer to the public now, and the Board havo d.elded to limit the number of shares in (his allotment to bo held by any one person to 200 abates aud not less than 25 chare*, thus enabling most houaeholdeia to have an interest in thii Co-oporallvo Society. Brokers t« hie Company : W, H. QUICK, Kso.., asd J. B. BRADSHAW, Esq., From whom Forma of Application can bo had. One Shilling per Share to be paid on application, and Is per Shara on alloiment. Cilia not to exceed Is per ihare, at Intervals of three months. All applications tor Shares must be sent in before Ist HAY 1881. A. F. EOWARD, U»p^ General Manager. Business Announcements. Cfctb advortlatcifiiiwj cmnir villa iieau, not (txcr.tdW.j fan: tUD words, will bo chiflfod 81XPKH03 J, 3. PKTOB. PLUMS, Qulncea for Jam, 121b 8s; Apples for Jelly, cheap. — Pryor, Prlncoa and George streets. ■ HOTHOUSE GRAPES, luaolous Poare, Oranges, Tomatoes, new Dates, Water Melons.—Pryor, Princes and George streets. ILDDUOKB! Wild Ducks! Wild Ducks-first ol the Beaaon.-Pryor,q93 George street. REDUCTION in Price of Poultry—Young Fat Rooetera, Ducka, Geese, Turkeya. New season's Canary and Hemp Beed.—PRYOR. B_p MBs'aiU, MRS GILL bega to Intimate that she baa ]u»t opened up a choice selection of MILLINERY or Autumn and Winter wear, comprising: MILLINERY and Trimmed Bonnet*, .Millinery and Trimmed Hats in all the leading shapes, from 10s 6d; a large assortment of Children's Beaver and Felt Hats, trimmed and untrimmed, from Ss 6d. MRS GILL has a large assortment ol choice Chenille Trimmings in all the leading shades; Velvets, Silks, Aigrettes, Fanoy Ostrich Feathers to match, Gold and Coloured Pompoms of every doecriptlon. _ EXCELLENT qualities in Fur Capes, all sices and colours, from 18a Od; Ladles' Mackintosh Cloaks and Dolmans, Children a Dolmans and Infants' Pelisses, from 12s 6d. ; A LARGE STOCK of MOURNING MILLINERY of. every description kept constantly on hand. Orders promptly attended to. Dressmaking at the loweßt charges.-Mrs GILL, IS and 16 Princes Btreet. ' 16m W. MILVUXI. WHKELKR ft WILSON, No. 8, straight noodle, double-power Sowing Machine* have no •buttle. ■TTTHEELER 4 WILSON MACHINES have no cogVY • wheela; they have no heavy gear TO tiro and weary tho operator. II la evident the rotary motion ol the WHEELER ft WILSON has less friction than tho shuttle movement of other machines. WHEELER ft WILSON ia much more .dnrablo, and needs less repairs.—Melville, agont, George street. SEWING MACHINES of all klndß repaired on tho premises by W. MELVILLE, Engineer and Machinist. ' _? " J, MOI/LISON AND BON. ANTED KNOWN.-LAST WEEK of J. Molllson and Son's ANNUAL CLEARING SALE. ALL GOODS Remarked, for This Week Only; being now offered at less than English coat. DO not lose this Opportunity; the cheapest goods ever ollored In Dunedln. IN order to make a complete cloarlng, we will fill up any miisiug sizes with now goods, for This Week Only. , SEVERAL LINES of JOB SIZES etlll on hand, for which no reasonable offer will be refused, at J. MOLLISOK b SON'S, 6 Princes street (next Herbert, Haynes, and Co.). 86m

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Otago Daily Times, Otago Daily Times, Issue 6912, 11 April 1884

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